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96-30: Game Theoretic Analysis of Legal Rules and Institutions
J.P. Benoit and L.A. Kornhauser
96-29: On Candidate-Based Analyses of Assembly Elections
J.P. Benoit and L.A. Kornhauser
96-28: Technology, Employment, and the Business Cycle: Do Technology Shocks Explain Aggregate Fluctuations?
Jordi Galí
96-27: Research and Productivity
Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
96-26: Stepping Stone Mobility
Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
96-25: Learning by Doing and the Choice of Technology
Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
96-24: On Opportunity Inequality Measurement
Efe Ok
96-23: Contracts and Money
Boyan Jovanovic and Masako Ueda
96-22: Inequality and Growth
Roland Benabou
96-21: Backward Induction is not Robust: The Parity Problem and the Uncertainty Problem
D.M. Kilgour and Steven Brams
96-20: The Mexican Peso Crisis: Sudden Death or Death Foretold?
J. Sachs, Aaron Tornell and A. Velasco
96-19: Public Capital and Optimal Taxes Without Commitment
Jess Benhabib, Aldo Rustichini and A. Velasco
96-18: Optimal Taxes Without Commitment
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
96-17: Unequal Societies
Roland Benabou
96-16: Balancing the Scales: Halakha, the Firm, and Information Asymmetries
J. Prager
96-15: A CES Indirect Production Function
Boyan Jovanovic
96-14: How the Bundesbank Conducts Monetary Policy
Richard Clarida and Mark Gertler
96-13: The Monetary Transmission Mechanism
Jess Benhabib and Roger Farmer
96-12: Indeterminacy and Sector-Specific Externalities
Jess Benhabib and Roger Farmer
96-11: R&D, Production Structure & Productivity Growth: A Comparison of US, Japanese & Korean Manufacturing Sectors
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Seongjun Kim
96-10: Fair Division: A New Approach to the Spratly Islands Controversy
Steven Brams and David Denoon
96-09: The Paradox of Multiple Elections
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and William S. Zwicker
96-08: The Folk Theorems For Repeated Games: A Synthesis
Jean-Pierre Benoit and Vijay Krishna
96-07: On-The-Job Search with Information Obsolescence
Christopher J. Flinn
96-06: A Procedure for Divorce Settlements
Steven Brams and Alan D. Taylor
96-05: The Measurement of Income Mobility: An Introduction to the Literature
Gary Fields and Efe Ok
96-04: Camp David: Was the Agreement Fair?
Steven Brams and Jeffrey M. Togman
96-03: The Dynamics of the Northern Ireland Condition
Steven Brams and Jeffrey M. Togman
96-02: Can Affirmative Action be Cost-Effective? An Experimental Examination of Price-Preference Auctions
Allan Corns and Andrew Schotter
96-01: What Motives Should Guide Referees? On The Design of Mechanisms to Elicit Opinions
Jacob Glazer and Ariel Rubinstein
95-33: On the Measurement of Economic Poverty
Tapan Mitra and Efe Ok
95-32: A Surprise-Quiz View of Learning in Economic Experiments
Antonio Merlo and Andrew Schotter
95-31: Investing in Insider-Dominated Firms; A Study of Russian Voucher Privatization Funds
R. Frydman, K. Pistor and A. Rapaczynski
95-30: Imperfect Knowledge and Behavior in the Foreign Exchange Market
M.D. Goldberg and R. Frydman
95-29: The Genetic causal Tradition of Modern Economic History
Robin Cowan and M.J. Rizzo
95-28: tax Reforms and Investment: A Cross-Country Comparison
Jason Cummins, Kevin Hassett and Robert Hubbard
95-27: Bargaining Through Agents: An Experimental Study of Delegation and Commitment
Andrew Schotter, Blaine Snyder and Wei Zheng
95-26: Fair Division and Politics
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
95-25: On the Equitability of Progressive Taxation
Tapan Mitra and Efe Ok
95-23: Game Theory and Emotions
Steven Brams
95-22: The Collapse of the Mexican Peso: What Have We Learned?
Jeffrey Sachs, Aaron Tornell and Andres Velasco
95-21: Money-Based Versus Exchange Rate-Based Stabilization with Endogenous Fiscal Policy
Aaron Tornell and Andres Velasco
95-20: Where are we in the Political Economy of Reform?
Mariano Tommasi and Andres Velasco
95-19: Productivity Differences, World-Market Shares and Conflicting National Interests in Linear Trade Models
William Baumol and Ralph E. Gomory
95-18: N-Product Natural Monopoly As "Natural Cartel" – On Scale Economies Under Capital Rationing
William Baumol and Ralph E. Gomory
95-17: Regions of Linear Trade-Model Equilibria and the Conflicting Interests of Trading Partners
William Baumol and Ralph E. Gomory
95-16: OMB’s Circular A-76 and its Implications for Municipal Contracting
Swati Desai and Jonas Prager
95-15: Inside the Black Box: The Credit Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission
Ben Bernanke and Mark Gertler
95-14: Investment, Pass-Through and Exchange-Rates: A Cross-Country Comparison
Jose Campa and Linda Goldberg
95-13: The Law of One Price Over 700 Years
Kenneth Froot, Michael Kim and Kenneth Rogoff
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